Health Economics: an international perspective.


Health Economics begins by looking at simple models of supply and demand within health care, before moving on to techniques of cost-benefit analysis, and then compares differing health care systems around the world. With an array of case studies based on systems from around the world, the book successfully bridges the divide between the insurance-based system employed in the United States and the publicly funded options more common in Europe and Canada.


Routledge, ISBN: 978-0-415-39132-0, 280 pp.

Health Economics: an international perspective.

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